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I don't consider Conacher obscure at all. Heck, I think he was the first guy to play for the three area teams. He battled hard.

Meh. I guess my favorable opinion comes from when he was in the lineup, the team won...for some reason at it seemed he didn't really contribute much on the ice.

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RE: Starikov, supposedly he was so happy to be coming to America he partied his ass off for several weeks before he arrived. And yeah, because of that he was horribly out of shape.

He couldn't possibly have been as out of shape as the illustrious Vladimir Krutov, who basically came to Vancouver and ate nothing but Big Macs. He was so good when he played for the Red Army and Soviet national teams, but he was a big fat mess a couple years later after he tasted way too much freedom fries.

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Sascha Goc! He played in the first Devils game I ever went to in Boston Nov 2000. I remember hoping big thing for this kid.

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Scott Pellerin.

Scored one of the prettiest, most exciting goals in Devils' history against the Kings.

Always loved his feistiness.

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Scott Pellerin.

Scored one of the prettiest, most exciting goals in Devils' history against the Kings.

Always loved his feistiness.

I don't know if I'd call that a "pretty" goal. More like crazy. Noteworthy though, I've seen that clip before, but never knew who it was.

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Scott Pellerin.

Scored one of the prettiest, most exciting goals in Devils' history against the Kings.

Always loved his feistiness.

Was at that game. Actually caught a puck at that game too.

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Lindsay Middlebrook

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